This is a unified collection of J2ME (Java Micro Edition) games from many sources. Each archive is a complete collection of all J2ME software available from its source at the time of archiving. The sources are:
flashpoint (Various sources collected by creators of Flashpoint)
kyndigs (Thanks to archive.org user kyndigs)
mastiwap.com (Thanks to archive.org user cjrobe)
Nokia64 (Thanks to archive.org user Nokia64. This is all J2ME software uploaded to archive.org by them)
saisa.ru (Thanks to archive.org user cjrobe)
veoh.biz (This is itself an archive of tunewap.com)
As well as the archives themselves, I've included a database of all included software, with the platform and resolution where possible, indexed by the name included in the JAR files. This database is searchable through index.html, or accessible with SQLite3 in j2me.sqlite3 or as a spreadsheet in j2me.csv.
Note that this archive includes symbolic links, as many files are duplicated in several archives. Only identical files are replaced by symbolic links, so no original content is actually lost. If your operating system or filesystem does not support symbolic links, you likely had trouble extracting this archive, and will find many files are missing. If you encounter a missing file, simply look
for it in dups.txt, which will tell you where to find the real copy.
If you have or know of other J2ME software that should be in a unified archive, please contact me at email@example.com .
Hi, I too am having trouble extracting the .7z files. I first tried to use 7-zip and it was having issues with headers, unexpected end of data, sometimes it wasn't able to open a file, etc. I then tried to find the reason to what was causing all of these issues and when took a look at the .SQLite file, I noticed that the files were (possibly) encoded with gzip, I tried using PeaZip which is a gui program that can handle extracting and compressing data into quite a few formats like .7z, .zip, gzip, etc. No luck there. When I tried to extract the .7z files, I got mixed results. I don't remember what I exactly did, but while PeaZip recognized that the .7z files were in fact .7z files and not .gzip files, it also failed to extract the data. I remember that when I tried to extract all 43 of the .7z files at once, it would end at the first one (j2me-archive-unified-2019-09.7z.001) and throw an error windows at me. When I clicked on the hint button to see what went wrong, this message appeared, "Some input files cannot be read (may be locked, not accessible or corrupted) The archive may require a different password for the current operation For more details, "Report" contains the task's log, and "Console" contains the task definition as command line." I don't remember when this happened, but a couple times, I think... if I tried extracting a single file, a password would be required to extract that file or something. Can anyone help us two extract the .7z files? BTW, the .7z files are on a Seagate 4TB laptop hard drive, with two partitions on it. The first is an NTFS partition that's over 3.5 TB in capacity, and the other partition is a 200GB Fat32 partition. The .7z files live on the NTFS partition. I'm using a Lenovo E540 with a Core i3-4000M running Windows 10 Version 1904 Build 18362.449 to the extracting.
October 10, 2019 Subject:
How to unpack this?
Im trying with rar, 7zip, Total Commander and i cant.